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Irit Romano, Poland

Irit Romano was born in Minsk-Mezovyetky, Poland, in 1929. In the spring of 1942 her mother placed her in the care of a Polish farmer. Over an extended period Irit moved among the Polish villages, pretending to be a Christian. She worked hard, doing housework, and work in the fields. She lived under deprived conditions in exchange for food and board. At times, when she felt that the Polish farmers suspected her of being Jewish, she was forced to run away. She found a place in a convent where she stayed until liberation. For many years after the liberation she corresponded with the convent’s mother superior. (7:39)